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Back of the Knee Creases

Say

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They're more apparent in the back of right leg than my left... Why's that, besides the fact that i'm right handed/legged?

Anyone else have this too?

I do like it though, definately more customed to my body.
 

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I have the same problem. The honey combs are much more defined on my right leg than those on the left leg. Also I've found out the openning on the left leg of the jeans are slightly wider than the one on the right. Wierd.
 

Say

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i'm also thinking its from skating... i push and use more pressure on my right than my left, not sure if that's the case here.
 

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Originally Posted by Say
i'm also thinking its from skating... i push and use more pressure on my right than my left, not sure if that's the case here.
I would say that is a pretty good bet. I don't know if this actually does anything, but I've gotten into the habit of "working" on my honey combs with the following procedure. When I'm sitting in a standard chair, I position myself so that the back of my knees are about 3 inches away from the seat, and then I curl my legs inwards with as much pressure as possible. I hold this position for a couple of seconds, and then I repeat as often as I feel like it. This seems to create more defined creases in my honey combs, but like I said, I don't really know how effective it is. At any rate, you might want to just try it with your left leg to see if it helps to even things out, if in fact that's what you want to do.
 

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Originally Posted by Stazy
I would say that is a pretty good bet.

I don't know if this actually does anything, but I've gotten into the habit of "working" on my honey combs with the following procedure. When I'm sitting in a standard chair, I position myself so that the back of my knees are about 3 inches away from the seat, and then I curl my legs inwards with as much pressure as possible. I hold this position for a couple of seconds, and then I repeat as often as I feel like it. This seems to create more defined creases in my honey combs, but like I said, I don't really know how effective it is. At any rate, you might want to just try it with your left leg to see if it helps to even things out, if in fact that's what you want to do.


maaan i'm kind of glad we have forums and the internet to share our thoughts... because if anybody else saw what we talk about they'd think we were ******* insane
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Originally Posted by ghostdeini
maaan i'm kind of glad we have forums and the internet to share our thoughts... because if anybody else saw what we talk about they'd think we were ******* insane
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I was thinking the exact same thing as I was typing that. Maybe it is even too ridiculous for the internet. It is definitaley the weirdest piece of advice I've ever given someone.
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ghostdeini

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haha no worries. you know we've all done lunges and squats in our jeans to stretch them out, and to consciously think about how our creases are coming along is only natural... right? right?
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I think this about says it all
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